Encoring airning of The First Pick @ 9:00 PM Tonight

Missed The First Pick on Friday?  Don’t worry we are airing it again tonight at 9:00 PM.  Catch the latest in sports news with hosts Ben Simpson and Mike Serone.  Also in this episode, Ben and Mike compete in the First Ever First Pick Olympics at Chuck E. Cheese in Herndon, Virginia.

New HCTV Original Programing Tonight!

Catch the latest episode of Herndon Live: The Spin-Off Show at 5 PM, broadcasting live from our downtown studio.  The show will be followed by a Herndon Live special report at 5:40 pm on the Malaysian airline.

At 6 PM watch a new episode of our sport’s talk show, The First Pick.


The Buzz About Books New Episode!


Episode 2 of The Buzz About Books Premieres This Wednesday at 7:30 PM

Encore Airings: Wednesday @ 9 PM, Thursday @ 7:30 AM and 2:00 PM, Saturday @ 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM

In Episode 2 of The Buzz About Books, Aliah reviews & reads excerpts from Walter Mosley’s “47″ and “Tangled” by Carolyn Mackler and “Becoming Naomi León” by Pam Muñoz Ryan.

Missed the Premiere?  Don’t worry Episode 2 will be proceeded by Episode 1.

Enjoy Herndon Original Content Tonight!

Tune your television to HCTV starting at 5 PM with live reporting from our downtown studio on Herndon Live’s The Spinoff.  The show will be followed by our new sports show, First Pick, at 6 PM.  Later, kick back, relax and grab a tub of popcorn at 9:30 PM for Woody’s Western Theatre.  Tonight the Phantom Empire continues with Chapter 6 Disaster from the Sky.

HCTV Summer Volunteers

HCTV is a volunteer run operation, and we are currently need volunteers to crew some new shows. These will include:

·  A new sports show.  Tapings will be on Thursday evenings at 6:30, beginning June 26.

·  A book review show and childrens’ reading time.  Tapings on these may vary, but we plan on taping the first show on Friday morning, June 20.

Herndon Community Television
Cox Communications-channel 23 Verizon FiOS Cable-channel 28



Perils for Pedestrians Episode 137

“Perils For Pedestrians” is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians. The program occasionally looks at bicyclists, transit, and broader issues of urban design and public health. This episode includes a trip to the University of California Davis to learn what makes people walk. We also learn what surfaces work best for crutch and wheelchair users. This episode will be broadcast on HCTV June 14 at 6pm, Thursday June 19 at 1pm, Saturday June 21 at 6pm, and Thursday June 26 at 1pm.


Fantastic Forum Ep #38

On location from VICTORY COMICS in Falls Church, VA. Host Devon Sanders and panelists Billie Rae Bates, Jeff Weaver and Patrick Michael Strange explore the notion that the recent success of movies based on comic books has ushered in a GOLDEN AGE OF GEEKS. This episode will air on Thursday June 12 at 10:30pm, June 14 at 9pm, and June 18 at 8:30pm.


Creating Cooperative Kids EFT For Children

Creating Cooperative Kids is a television show that provides education and guidance to caregivers of children from 18 months to 18 years of age. Each episode features parenting experts and step-by-step instructions for parents, grand parents, and educators on raising high self-esteem and cooperative kids.

In this episode:
1. EFT tapping for children, with transformational coach, Cathering Ewing
2. Removing toxins from you home, with health coach, Jennifer Steiner
3. Interview with authors, Dorothy Martin-Neville, PhD and Tom Russo

This episode will air on HCTV on Friday June 13 at 10am, Tuesday June 17 at 8am, Thursday June 19 at 2:30pm, and Friday June 20 at 10am.creatingcooperativekids

Bake It Show Episode 5

Chef Eddy Van Damme shares his creations and expertise in the kitchen. Will be broadcast on HCTV on June 11, June 12, June 18, and June 19.bakeit